In April 2021, the UN accused the British government of attempting to “normalise white supremacy” following the publication of The Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities (CRED) in March. Established in 2020, CRED was the […]
Madeleine Williams explores the trending hashtag #notallmen. Did this hashtag derail a necessary conversation about women’s rights or is it (as WIkipedia notes), a social movement against generalisations?
In March last year, the government’s decision to cancel GCSE and A-level exams cast a looming uncertainty over UK students – how would grades be awarded? Would qualifications be awarded at all? Whilst 2020 students […]
Ever since the industrial revolution, the Earth’s temperature has been continually increasing, having risen by over 1°C globally between the 1850s and today. As the world continues to economically develop, climate change is becoming more […]
Both humorous and heart-breaking, Channel Four drama It’s A Sin brings us into the midst of the AIDS crisis, taking viewers along a journey of laughter and tears with the characters on screen. The series […]
Over the last decade, environmental awareness has massively increased. A rise in media coverage and the growth of environmentalist groups has ensured that more and more people have begun adjusting their everyday habits in an […]
Madeleine Williams speaks to students about their response to the government advised ‘travel window’.
Madeleine Williams hears from a first year student living in the fenced-off halls of residence at University of Manchester.